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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TUESDAY. MAY 7. 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
n steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port 'as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA '. May 4
SIERRA Mar 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA ?....Jun 4
In connection with the sailing of
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
Vork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited)
GENERAL AOBNT3 OCEANIO B. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, 0 Tojo Risen Kaisha
.... lutawi of Iht Hon coat ' "III '" Honolulu u4 Inn 111! toil et n licit lit
For Japan and China:
of Ktflirll leforaa'loa .pply o
H. Hackfeld & Co,, Ltd., Agents.
4V9tan.r. el tba atov. Ho, ranalae la coaaictton wttb tbi CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
!( Vcecouvtr, B. C , and Sydnty, N, S. W., aod calltov at Victoria, D, C, Hooatulu cod BrliUn
DUB AT HOrvOLt'LU oa or about iht dati ttfow lUtti vlii
FROM VANCOUVER AND
fr Rrlibaot aol Sydnty t
VICTORIA. B. C.
Aorantl. May n
Moid June 8
Mlowtra ...... July 6
i Honolulu to Caoada. Ualttl Suiia aei Eorota.
Birai rntoruitioo, apply to
Thco. H. Davles &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail In April
:. S OREGON IAN, 6,ooo tons, to sail two weeks later.
S S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
S.S. HAWAIIAN, fi.oeotons, to sail -
Freight received at company's wharf. Hi Street, South Brooklin, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO, LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROAt
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
y FOUR DAYS to New York.
P' man Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
Ine and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third street. Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St.. San Francisco,
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. k T. A.,
1422 Omaha, Nebraska.
R. & L. Go.
1 1 140
F. C. Smrn, Oon'l Pass. 4 Ticket
G. P. Dhwiroh. Raperlntsnrlnnt
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS
Ueneral Manager oi
Tli IqoJtibla Life Aasamnw Bociti
Of tb United BUteifof Iba OawaliM
Cif ujii Utth mt itiMt. Hi
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA i May S
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
the above steamers the agents ire pre
For San Francitco:
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE -For
Victoria od Vaocoovcr (B.C.):
Moana... , May 8
Aorangl ,.,., July
Moana. iuiy n
M'owtra ..August 3
For FrilfM a&d
Co., Ltd., Gen! Agents.
lines of Travel.
On and After the 2nd of March
messages In plain language will be accept
ed for transmission between tbe
places mentioned below :
Ka Laau, Molokai 1
Maunalcl, Lanal; and
The charge for such messages will be at
the rate of 20 cents per word of 15 letters,
minimum charge 1 1, until further notice.
When telephone connections are avail
able messages may be handed to the tele
phone company to be forwarded to desti
nations other than those mentioned above.
In othir cases special messengers may
The cost of special delivery Is not In
cluded In the charge at 20 cents per word.
It the cost is Known It must e paid by
the sender when the message Is handed In.
If unknown, It must be paid by the ad
dressee when the' message Is delivered.
Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
Street Railway Time Table.
KING STREET LINE.
Can leave Walklkl for town at jj. 6.ij, 6 45 A.H.
an4 every 19 minute thcristier till io , nlu an4
ll U'M. from Waklkt KOti the I'umhou butles.
Cars leae R Ranee or I'awaa twitch for town at
5:51A.M. ani every 15 minutes thereafter till it of r.M
cars leave Tort anJ Klrc streets cornr for Palama
at 6:10 A.M. ani evrry ij mlnutct after till 11.15
Car 1ra for Palama (.nlv at ani t 10 A M
Cart leave Pa'ama for Walk kl vis A w ani every
it minute tll o it l 4 . then it toll ani 10 t. '.
The it'll I'.m, from Pal.ima lor I'unahou only goes
to Walklkl on Saturiavs,
Car leave I ort ani Klnc streets corner foi Kitie
Kan at s'ao ani vq a m.
Cars leave Tort ani King street corner for Walkikl
at6.asA.vi, anieveryM minute t ll io"u then at
io.ji ani 11:15 I'.M. The 11 15 I'.M. ovs to Walklkl
BERLTANIA STREET AM) Nl'UAM VALLEY.
Cars leave Punahmi Stible lor Town at j.jo ani
for Town ani Valley at j 40 S'jo 6.10 6 jo 0 40 ? ani
7 to A.M.
Cars leave Oahu College for town ani Valley at
6:ij 6:50 ani 7:10 A.M ani ever) to minutes tilt io'io
l,M. excrrt the even liuur ani half, hour cars which
run from the stable
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at f'to (,o 6 50 A,n ani
evtry m minutes thertatkr till i 50 r.
Cars lav hirt ani Qurtn trt for Punahoa
College at 6 05 6:jj 641AM ani vvery 10 minutes
fnlln iti.u Att-r that itif fir run In l'
IstaHe up to 1 r lel'.M, whkli U Oiv la.t car from Town,
reacnmn in aurw i n i" '
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
maile for "Automobile Parties."
N'rvrr-- Driven are not allowed to make
any rates except those furnished by the
company. Ask driver to see rate sheet.
In case of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at ofiice. We will giauiy adjust my on
fetence. Office on King St., near Judiciary Bid.
LOUIS T GRANT, Manager.
SH (M TALK
11:c deep water captain 1 now In ;ort
uio ery much Interested In :!,c case of
the criitnln and nuto of tho AmerKiuJ
Ir.ik Hesper which have been taking a
Kicil oca ot the lime of the United
S.mes Court lately. This case and the
ca'i' of Swan, tho sailor who was ten
fenced for four months last week for
attacking the mate of the schooner Ad
nilrnl, are being generally discussed by
the skippers. .
Said one of the captains yesterday:
"The shipping fraternity In this port
are watching with the keenest Interest
the progress of the case now pending In
the Federal Court of the hark llcsper.
When rapt. F. 0. Sodcrgrcn was sen
tenced to six and hist first mate to
eight months' Imprisonment, it caused
quite a stir. The offense was that of
striking a sailor on the high seas.
"So when on April 27th, the Ameri
can schooner Admiral arrived here
from Newcastle, N. S. W.. with anoth
er cage for the attention of the Fed
eral Court, but with the sailor this
time ns the defendant and the officers
of the said vessel as complainants, con
siderable Interest was felt by the ship
masters In port and others concerned
In shipping matters as to how Justice
would be administered In the two cases,
"It appears that In the case ot the
schooner Admiral, It was a vicious
negro who pleaded guilty to having
assaulted the ofllcor of tho watch, ami
later on threatened to take the life of
the master. Ho was sentenced to three
months' Imprisonment, and although
It was known that he, an cx-crlmlnal,
who by his own saying, has served a
term for manslaughter. Yet In tho cyo
of the law In Honolulu ho Is only a
"To an unprejudiced landsman It
would seem that a master of a vessel
who Is entrusted with the lles of all
on board, not mentioning the value of
cargo and vessel should stand an
equal chance of Justice In the eye of
the law with his sailors. For It seems
to be a fair guess that In ordpr to be
come and remain a master, he must be
more Intelligent and on an acragc of
better prim Iples than the sailor.
"In the .nie of the Hesper. the terra
a sailor lh only a cnua auoani 111 a
thlp.' hnn been frequently heard,
firnntc I that he U only a child (though
what Is teen of him In port, a very
fractious i nihil, but If we Infer that n
tailor Is nothing but n child, we must
nlo Infer that his otllrers stand to him
in the pcsltion of a parent.
'Does I' not seem that when a child
strikes Its parent It should be punish
( 1. at Ieat asm ncli is when the pa
tent strikes the child?
"The -a nolo shipping fraternity Is
louklnea t the two decisions and while
they orli-r urj n silent prayer of thanks
to their Malcer that Honolulu is but n
Email part of the United States, they
wonder at the Justice they have seen
lntruments filed for record May G. loot
Firs' Party Second Party Class
Lee Hul et al Chine How et al B S
J Kaul et al
RIhop & Co
AJmr Mrs M Bruns
. M Jordao
S C Allen
Pacific Sugar Mill L
Honokan Sugar Co I)
Gov. Or of Hawaii MAS Rose D
MAS Rose Aug Dreler M
Instruments filed for record May 7. .1001.
First Party Second Party Class
Kookoofk) N Kawao D
Bank of Hawaii Ltd Lau San Choi Rel M
RECORDED APRIL 23, iqoi.
Hatada Co to T Konno, P A Aar q, 1001;
special pov ers. Book 224. page jfj.
T Okumura et als to T Konno, P A .Mar
n. iri: re ca rowers. Book 22, page 41.
Koga Ci to T Konno, P A. Maro, lost;
special rowers, hook 224. page 50.
RECORDED APRIL 23. iqoi.
B P Bishop to II Austin et al, Dec ji.
190c; porapana 1 kul loScfi, Pamoo, Ho
nolulu, Oihu, . 58442- Book 232, page
I0C S Desky to B P BMnp. D, Apt 8.
irjoi; piece land Pront street, Hllo, Hawaii.
51. Book 223,pge 01.
W R Castle to D K Nalapaikal, r,
Apr 18 inoi; porR P 1317. kul 8591, Hv
uula, Koolauloa, Oahu. 5400. Book 225,
Ah Nip to Sang Gio Tong, A L. Jan 5,
Hioi;2 ieaseho'ds &C, Manna, Honolulu,
Oahu. 51025 Boik 218, page 2361
W C Aclil and wlte to J lutellin, u.
Mir 2. iqoi: lot 24. block 2, Kaplnlanl
Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. x book 222,
page 104. .,,,.,..,
M I Kainua anj nuwauu iu j ..iriiu'incu,
D, Apr 22. tool; lot 2t, b nek 16 Kewalo,
Honolulu, Oahu. 5: J'. Be o'c 222, page
Trs Oihu College to B r Bea-dmore,
D. Apr 1. 1901; lot 4. block 9, Cilege
Hills Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. fi7co.
Book zi$. page :8,
D Nahaku and wife to A Enos et al, D,
Air 18, iqoi; Int. In piece land V, Kaupa
kulua, Hamakualoa, Maul. S311. Book
225 page 30.
L T Chin Tr to T B Murry. L. Jan 23,
icwii 2 pieces land Kukul street, Honplulu,
Oihu. uvrsat5720. Book 218, pjge 241.
f G Kaholwai and husband to Hirst
American Sav. Trust Co of Hawaii Ltd,
M, Apr 23, iqoi; por grant 3400, Kubok i
hua, Honolulu, Oahu. 5500. Book 220,
RECORDED APRIL 24, 1901.
Trs Oahu College to H Holmes D. Apr
1. 1001; lots c$ & 10, block 7, College Hlt.s
Trict, Honolulu, Oahu, 52400. Book 22),
C Ka to C J Robinson, A L, Apr ifi,
iqoi; piece land Honualno 3, N Kona, Ha
waii. fl25. Hook 219. page 271.
J A Mngoonet al to B G Keen et al, L,
pr 1. inoi: nor McCuMy Homfte id Pa-
waa, Honolulu, Oahu. 17 yrs, 9 months
Irom date at 5150 per an. Book 219,' page
Realty and Maturity Co,
We buv. sell and deal InallklnJtof
Real EsUte, Leases, Mortgages, Bonds.
btc. Loans negotiated, and all kinds or
Leeal Documents drawn at short notice bv
skilled persons. Notary work solicited.
Our especial feature Is the Issuance of a
tioi Investment Cettlficate, which bears
Interest Irom the date Issued, this of Itself
Is sufhclent, when well understood to
guarantee that our company Is, and will
b; popular. Call for particulars and In
formation. OFFICE, ji KING ST.
PHONE, MAIN 141.
P. O. BOX, 262
Notice to Creditors.
Th unJtrMenei her.by rives nnt'cl tci all person,
tl.vli KCl.lnnaealrnHh Mtitt ot Klmokto K.h.
ikiM.c.it.i. ti. d ,t 1 the im to th unJcrtlftnti
or 10 H.nry Smith, JuilcUry IluMJInit. lthlnW
montl. from J.tc. othefl th.y .lull t-t lo-ever
barrel. Ani .il rtr.on. owlnr the Jcce.ui ar re
quest..! to m ke immeJl.te wtileroert ol the uwl
wIMtheunierslznei .t the nffl'c nft.li Henry bmlthi
AJmlnlstr.tr ol ll estate.
Hocotdlu, April 16, toot
li6-jt-Aprl! 16 tMu.T.U
Estate of Beta iMyiire, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All creJltortnl Ilett Mthre, JeceiteJ, are fifrtby
notifx-llo rrnt ""ir clJlms. July authtntlciiei,
inJ !th tht fivrtr riuchcrs. If anv exKt. iwn If the
cUlm Is eiiireJ ty miirtejge upon real MUt, tc me
At my rflimt at Honnullulf, Itlani of Oihu, ulthln
U months from tlit Jitc nl ttil notice If uch
claims N not pfftmteJ ulthli alx mmthi from th
Jaiei-l ini nonce inev nu re mrtvtr rarrci
llynoullull. Oaliu, ArfK v- "
i.AUl ll. MYMWr,
AJminlMr jtor of theotate of lMa Mhre
decasJ igi8-ArrH wtI4ii
KAWAIAIIAO LOTS FOR SALE
Notice of Sale of Real Estate at Auction
Notlce Is hereby given, that In pursuance
nf an order of the Honorable A. S. Hum
ihreys. First Judge ol the ClrcultCourt of
the First Circuit, at Chambers, maJe on
the 22nd day of April, 1901, sitting as a
Court ot Equity In the matter of Alexand1
er Maloho vs. William Maloho et al, bill
for partition of real estate, the undersigned.
Henry Smith, C'erk of the Judiciary De
partment, having been appointed a com
mlssloner to sell the real estate described
n the bill of complaint at public auction
to the highest bldJer for cash and subjret
to confirmation by the said Circuit Court
of the rlrst Circuit, said day of sale to be
not le-s than fourteen days from the date
of publication of this notice In two news
pape-s In Honolulu:
N'w therefore, I will sell at public auc
19.1, at 12 o'clock M at maukaentrenceto
the Judiciary Building, Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, the two lots belonging to Alexander,
William, Lilly, Haulanl and George Malo
ho, children and heirs at law of Alexander
W. Malabo, late of Koloa, Kauai, deceased,
The lots are situate J on the proposed
extension of Hotel street, between Lllluo
kalanl and Punchbowl streets, In Kawala
nan, Honolulu, and more particularly des
cribed as follow:
Apanas 1 and 4 of L.C. A. No. 263 Issued
Apana 1 Beginning at the East corner
of John Anahu's Lot and running to and
until the angle at the West of the Lot of
Madia, 51 feet; and from that corner run
ning to the North along Maeha's Lot of
141J1 feet; and from that corner on run
ning West to the Lot of John Anahu 5o'i
feet; thence to the South along John Ana
hu's lot to the point of commencement 135
feet, containing an Area of about 6920
Apana 4-Reglnnlngatthe North corner
of this lot or makal side of anauwal, S.
18' 55y E. true 81.0 feet from N. corner of
this award, and running by true bearings:
t. S. Co0 5N W. 156.0 feet along lane;
thence 2. S. 25 20 E. 58.0 feet to fence;
thence 3. N. 09ovE. in. 5 feet along
fence to makal side of stone wall; 4. N.
3 35' W. 2.2 feet along stone wall; 5. N.
59 45' E. 20.0 feet along stone wall; 6. N.
i6 o' E. 26.2 feet along Government; 7
N. i8u 55' W 55.5 feet along Government
to tne Initial point, and containing an area
of 9830 square feet, mnie or less.
IERWS AND CONDITIONS OF
SALE: Cash; gold coin of the United
States, ten per cent of the purchase price
to be nald to the auctioneer on the day of
the sale, balance- on confirmation of sale
ny said Circuit Court.
Deeds at exrense of purchiser. For
further Dartlculars acnlv to the undersign
ed, at Judiciary Building, Honolulu, April
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE.
Notlco Is hereby given by the utw
signed, C. P. Grim wood, a commission
er duly appointed by tho ordor of tho
First Judge of tho Circuit Court of tbe
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, sit
ting In Equity, duly given and mndo on
the 12th day ot Ko ember, A. D. 1800,
In a caiiso therein pending, wherein
Ocnovlcvo Dowsett, an Infant, by J. M.
Monsarrat, her guardlnn, Is plaintiff,
and Elizabeth J. Knight and Frederick
S., Knight, her husband; Rowona N.
Turner and H. V. Turnor, hor husband,
and Marlon C. Dowsett are defendants,
which said causo Is brought for tho
partition of certain lands nna premises
more particularly described In p'am
lift's bill ot complaint, on fllo in said
cause, that said Commissioner will, on
Saturday, tho 18th day of May, A. D.
l'JOt, at tho hour of 12 o'clock In., at
tho auction salesrooms of James
F. Morgan, 03 Queen Street,
In tho City ot Honolulu. Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, pursuant
to tho further order and decreo of said
Court duly giver, nnd made In said
causo on the 19th day of April, A, D.
1901, sell at public auction, to tho
highest and best bidder for cash, all
of tho following described pieces and
parcels of land, to-wlt:
First: That certain piece or parcel
ot land situated at Kuwlll,,on tho wi
ld road, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and being tho same
premises described In Itoyal Patent
(Grant) No. 2718 to James I. Dowsett,
and that were conveyed to said Annie
U. Dowsett by the said James I. Dow
sett by deed dated November 25th,
1870, and recorded In tho office ot tho
Registrar of Conveyances at Honolulu,
In said Territory of Hawaii, In Liber
81, on folios 18G and 187, and by tho
said Annlo 0. Dowsett devised to tho
parties plaintiff and defendant In said
cause, Ocnevlcvc Dowsett, Elizabeth
J. Knight, formerly Elizabeth J. Par
ker, Rowcna N. Turner and Marlon C.
Dowsett, In equal shares as tenants In
common, by her last will and testa
ment, and described as follows:
Commencing at a point on tho south
side of Iwllel Road, from which point
the Government hurvcy Station Kawa
bears N. 62o 41' E. true and distant
708.4S feet; thence
1. S. 22o 18' e. true 247.5
37o 49' E. truo 120.12 feet;
49o 61' W. truo 93.72 feet;
ICo 01' W. truo 107.0 fectj
G. 8. C5o 60' W. truo 73.72 feet to
point ot commencement, and contain'
ing an area or 39-100 ot an aero
(17.032.C . ft)
Second: That certain plcco or par
cel of land situated at Moanalua, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory o
Hawaii, being tho samo premises de
scribed In Itoyal Patent No. 43S (Land
Commission Award No. 1339) to Poo-
puu and that wcro conveyed to tho
raid James I. Dowsett by Kaala'Ko!
(w) tho heir of Poopuu, by deed dated
October 29tb, 1SG1, and recorded In
the ofTlco of tho said Registrar In
I.llicr It, and folio 3S7, and by the
said Jnmcs I. Dowsett conveyed to the
said Annlo O. Dowsett, nco Itagsdalo,
by deed dated November 25th, 1870,
and recorded In tho oftlco of tho said
Registrar In Liber 31 on folios 18G and
187, and by the said Annlo O. Dowsett,
by her said last will and testament,
devised to tho parties platntttf and de
fendant In said cause, tho said Gene
vlovo Dowsett, Elizabeth J. Knight,
formerly Elizabeth J. Parker, Rowcna
N. Turner and Mnrlon C. Dowsett, In
equal shares as tenants In common,
nnd described as follows:
Dcglnnlng at a cross cut on a rock
In a pllo of stones on tho Hast bank
of creek, thenco South Co 43' Hast,
true, 101. SO feet nlong Konohlkl;
thenco North 03 47' East, true, t7.4l
feet nlong Konohlkl; thence South
COo 13' East, true, 20.10 feet along Ko
nohlkl to the corner of Konohlkl and
h. C. A. 1793 then North C2o 17'
East, true, 107.GO feet niong L. C. A.
1(95 to a cross cut on a rock; thenco
South C7 43' East, truo 13.20 feet;
thence North Cl 17' East, truo. 40.20
feet; North 19o 13' West 85.80 feet
along Konohlkl to tho corner of I
C. A. 2182; thenco South 87 17' West,
true, 99 feet nlong I,. C. A. 2182 to tho
corner of Konohlkl and U C. A. 2182;
thenco South 17 0 43' East, truo, 29.70
feet along Konohlkl; thence South 73
47' West, truo, 33.00 feet; thonce
North Clo 25' West, truo 17,80 feet;
thenco South 77 67' West, truo, CO
feet along Konohlkl to tho point 'f
beginning and containing an area ot
Third. Thnt certain piece or parcel
of land situated at Moanalua, Hono
lulu, Island ot Oahu, Tcrr..ory of Ha
waii, consisting of four taro patches
forming a portion of tho Konohlkl of
Moannlua that was devised to S. M.
Dnmon by Ilernlcn Paualii Dlshop by
her last will dated October 4th, 18S4,
and admitted to probata In tho Su
premo Court on tho 2nd day ot De
cember, 1881, anU conveyed by S. M.
Damon to Annlo O. Dowsett by deed
dated November 20th, 18S9, ot rocord
In I.lbcr 119, pago 281, and being tho
samo premises that were devised to
tho parties plaintiff and de'endant In
said cause, tho said Genovlcvo Dow
sett, Elizabeth J. Knight, formerly
Elizabeth J. Parker, Itowena N. Tur-
shares as tenants In common, by tho
said Annlo 0. Dowsett by her last will
ner and Marlon C. Dowsett. In canal
nnd testament aforesaid, the samo bo-
Ing described as follows:
Deglnnlng at tho Southwest corner
01 this land winch Is also tho corner
common to I- C. A. 808, Apana 4. and
L. C. A. 4583, Apana 2, thenco North
36 27' West, truo, C5.30 feet along
said I 0. A. 808, Apana 4, to corner
"f U 0. A. 2800; thenco North 45 25'
2sr, trC, 281 feet along said I C.
A. 2800 10 corner of Konohlkl; thenco
South 390 49' East, true, 78.79 feet
nlong Konohlkl; thenco South 48 11'
West, true, 90.02 feet nlong Konohlkl
and I.. C. A. 1588, Apana 4; thenco
South 30 61' East, true, 95.70 feet
along I.. C. A. 45S8, Apana 4; thenco
South CO' 20' West, truo. 73.90 feet
along t. C. A. 3191; thenco Norm ut)9
08' West, true, 72.00 feet nlong L. C.
A. 4688, Apana 2; thenco South 48s
11' West, truo, 120 feet along U C. A.
4588, Apana 2, to point ot beginning,
containing nn area of 00-100 acres.
Subject to a leaso expiring Septcm
her 30th, 1902, at a yearly rental of
Fourth. Thoso certain pieces or
parcels of land situated In III of Kau
maunapnpo, Walalua, Island ot Molo
kai, Iu said Territory of Hawaii, being
Apana 1, Taro, containing an area
of ono (1) rood and twenty-eight (28)
Apana 2, Tarn, containing an area
ot one (1) rood and twenty-ono (21)
Apnna 3, Kula, containing an area
of throo (3) acres and being tho same
premises awarded to Nalmlhalo by
Land Commission Award No. 3897.
nnd that were conveyed to said Annlo
G. Dowsett by Haona (w) by deed
dated July 1st, 1879, and recordod In
tho ofllco of Raid Registrar In I.lbor
5S on Folios 312 and 313, and by the
said Annlo O. Dowsett devised to tho
parties plaintiff and defendant In said
cnute, tho said Genu lovo Dowsett,
Elizabeth J. Knight, formerly Eliza
beth J, 1'nrker, Itowena N. Turner and
Marlon C. Dowsett, In equal shares ns
tenants In common, by her said last
will and testament aforesaid
Terms of sale: cash, deed at ex
pense ot purchaser nnd said sale to be
made subject to confirmation by said
Court. Dated, Honolulu, April 24th,
CHAS. P. OniMWOOD,
JAMES. F. MORGAN,
W. AUSTIN WHITING,
W. J. HOllINSON.
Attorneys for plaintiff.
PAUL NEUMANN. ROBERTSON &
WILDER and ATKINSON & JUDD,
Attorneys for defendants.
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OF BUILDINGS, ETC
Notice Is hereby given by tho un
dersigned, C. P. Grlmwood, a commis
sioner duly appointed by tue order it
the First Judge of tho Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit, Territory of Ha
waii, sitting In Equity, duly given and
mndo on tho 12th day of November,
A. D. 1900, In n cause tuercln pending
wherein Genevieve DowBctt, an Infant
by J. M. Monsarrat, her guardian, Is
plaintiff, and Marlon C. Dowsett, and
Itowena N. Turner, and It. V. Turner
her husband, nro defendants, which
said action Is brought for the parti
tion of certain lands and premises,
known ns the Dowsett Homestead, sit
uated at Kapalama, Honolulu Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, mora
particularly described In plaintiff's
bill of complaint on fllo In said cause,
that said commissioner will on SAT
URDAY, tho 11th day of May, A. D.
1901, at tho hour nf 12 o'clock, m., at
ponsctt Homestead premises, corner
of King Street and Dowsett Lane, Pa
lama, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, pursuant to tho fur
ther order nnd decreo of said Court
duly given nnd mnde In said cause on
the 19th day of April, A. D. 1901, sell
at public auction to the highest and
best bidder for cash, nil of tho build
ings and Improvements situated upon
snld premises, consisting of the fol
lowing: 1. Conservatory.
2. Cottages 1 and 2.
3. Cottago No. 3.
4. Cottago No. 4.
6. Outhouses and cottage.
0. Rented cottage.
Also, tiles and stono for sidewalks.
Terms of sale; ensh.
All buildings nnd Improvements to
bo removed by purchaser within twen
ty (20) days after sale, unless tlmo
for removal be extended by order of
Court. Instruments of sale at ex
pense of purchaser.
Dated, Honolulu. April 24th. 1901.
CHAS. P. ORIMWOOD,
JAMES F. MORGAN.
W. Austin Whiting nnd W. J. Robin
son, Attornoys for plaintiff.
Paul Neumann nnd Robertson &
Wilder, Attorneys for defendants.
DR W.J GXLBRAITH WILL TAKE
charge of my" practice during mv absence.
DR. F. L. MINER.
On and after May 1, 1901, Dr. W. J.
Galbralth will occupy the ofiice and resi
dence of Dr. F. L. Miner, corner of Bete
tanla and Union streets. i82j-2w
THE THIRD AND LAST ASSESS
memt of 25 percent (J2 50 rer share) on
the capital stock of the HONOLULU
STOCK YARDS CO., LTD.. will be due
and payable at the company's office on
June ist, and will become delinquent July
L. DE L. WARD,
Honolulu, April 30, 1901. I829-2W
WANTED TO PURCHASE.
THE TRUSTEES OF HONOLULU
LodKe. No. CIO. II. P. O. E.. desire op
tions on the purchase nf property near
the business center of thu city. Any
persons having such pioperty for snlo
nro requested to conimunlcato with ono
a't the undersigned trustees.
A. V. GEAR.
A. I C. ATKINSON.
F. J. CHURCH.
We herebv bee to notify our customers.
and the nubile generally, that hereafter we
shall Insist on regular monthly settlements
of all accounts owing us.
Anv account remaining unpaid aller the
last day of the month fol'nwlng Its con
traction, will be closed, and stops taken
for Its Immediate collection
METROPOLITAN MEAT Co , LTD.
G. J. WALLER, Manager.
HONOLULU MARKET Co., LTD.
iSu if D.H.DAVIS, Manager.
Notice to Customers.
The undersigned grocers woulJ give
notice to their customers and the public In
general that on ana a'ter this date monin-
ly settlements win oe siricuy insiMcu
All goods purcnasej in one ineimi iuui
be paid for before 'he last day of the suc
ceeding month without exception.
Iewis & CO.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Frank B. Auerbach, Manager.
SALTER & WAITY.
ESTATE OF J. HUTCHINS.
F. L. WalJron, Adm.
Honolulu, T. H., April 18, 1901. i8-im
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